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good morning, america. breaking now, the great iphone frenzy. people lining up all over the world to be the first to get their hands on the iphone 5. but there are complaints over disappearing directions and missing landmarks on a new mapping app. the developing backlash, right now. war of words. mitt romney pounces on obama's univision claim that you can't change washington from the inside. as ann romney defends her husband against critics from his own party. >> stop it. this is hard. you want to try it, get in the ring. kato kaelin makes headlines, saying o.j. simpson really did kill his former wife. this morning, he sets the record straight, only on "gma." and we are right there for the most important moment of robin's journey.
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>> i think now's a good time to say, go, sally, go. >> getting the crucial stem cells of life from her sister. surrounded by family and friends. the morning begins with a prayer and ends in a joyful song. ♪ ain't no mountain high enough ♪ ♪ nothing can keep me keep me from you ♪ ♪ ain't no mountain high enough ♪ ♪ nothing can keep me keep me from you ♪ let's kick off this friday morning with a little spirit. how about that, robin roberts? showing how much strength she has yesterday. that was just incredible. good morning, everyone. josh is off. great to have elizabeth and amy here. and let's go right back inside that room yesterday. those moments when robin got the bone marrow transplant. you see everyone there, surrounded by family and friends. >> it took just minutes. >> it took just five minutes.
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and it was just amazing. sam, i know you were there yesterday, for the moment. >> she looks great. >> i was fine until you guys showed that again. >> oh. >> let me just say it was -- the room had this incredible feeling of hope and strength in it. and they say that healing has a lot to do with the mind. and, elizabeth, we were talking about this a little earlier. >> bill moyer spoke about that. >> right. >> i can't believe we're not on the track to a good success because that room was a powerful room. >> joy. >> from your lips to god's ears. >> joy. it was like a celebration of life. >> a birthday. >> we'll talk to robin's doctor in a little while. and a big headline. all those u.s. troops home from afghanistan. 33,000 sent in two years ago. they're all coming home. was the surge a success? also, we'll kick off our pre-emmy party. lara is in los angeles. he'll have a look at the hottest fashions and some predictions. hey, lara. plus, we have one of the biggest rock bands in the world this morning, the killers.
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you saw the people that popped up a little bit ago. lining up since midnight to see the killers. they're here to kick off our weekend. >> all right. we begin, now, with the new iphone. people have been lining up all over the world for days, now, to get their hands on it. we're among the very first to have it. it's right here. i have the white one. george has the black one. >> do we get to keep it? >> but it's not all -- no, really, there's security here. it's not all smooth sailing for apple. there's already a few glitches. and abc's matt gutman is at an apple store in miami, florida, standing in line with everybody outside with more on that story, matt. good morning, matt. >> reporter: morning, elizabeth. the line here snakes around the block already. a lot of folks here have been waiting since yesterday. but the big buzz among the folks here is the new operating system for apple. a lot of glitches in there. of course, some people not so happy about the charger. you have to buy a new one for this iphone. >> are you ready? [ cheers ]
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>> reporter: the iphone 5 frenzy has begun. this morning in tokyo, hundreds surging. for apple's latest release. apple co-founder, steve wozniak, aka the woz, first in line, this time, down under in australia, buying two. >> i want to be a part of this big adventure, this big revolution. and this advance in society. >> reporter: and in the u.s., from coast to coast to the heartland, people investing serious time to get that new iphone. >> you can camp out in the forest if you want. i'll camp out at apple. >> reporter: overnight, the flagship store in new york, becoming a campground. littered are sleeping bags and folding chairs. previous releases had violent clashes in beijing earlier this year. our own becky worley was one of 2 million who skipped the line and preordered the iphone 5 on the first day they were available, september 14th. >> apple is pretty amazing building hype. it starts with secrecy. they leak a little information. then, the big announcement. then, iphone day, that's an event.
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>> reporter: apple announcing this week it has already sold 2 million iphones in presales. they start at $200, triggering another frenzy, in the stock market. the famed fruit stock topping $700. but as with some other apple products, there are some gripes. it requires a new charger. and some new kinks. the operating system, ios 6, has dumped google maps. the result? disappears neighborhoods. the hoover dam, vanished. rivers to nowhere. spaghetti runways at airports. for some, even the itunes app failed to open. and this morning, there are entire websites dedicated to these glitches. apple says the mapping system is cloud-based. the more people that use it, the better it will become. a lot of folks have been waiting for 30 hours in line. they don't seem too concerned with it. they just want their phone. elizabeth? >> all right, matt, thanks so much.
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for more, we're joined by jason tanz, new york editor of "wired" magazine. good morning. how are you? >> good. >> it is small and thin. the screen is bigger. but this controversy over the map app is growing. i heard somebody say today that the golden gate bridge on this app, the apple app, is four miles off from where it really is. >> yeah. >> in san francisco. >> and i'm from tacoma, washington. the tacoma-narrows bridge is famous for plummeting into the water. and now, apparently on the map, it's doing it again. >> every previous iphone has the google map loaded into it. >> apple and google aren't getting along well these days. they used to be buddies. but ever since the launch of android, which is their greatest competitor on the smartphone space, they've been fighting. so, this is essentially a corporate battle between apple and google. and customers are suffering for it. >> is there a chance that it will be rectified? can you get the google map app any other way on this? and also, the youtube app that
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used to be loaded on the other iphones is not on this one. >> for right now, you can't get a google maps app. what you can do is use the browser to go to google maps and you can bookmark it so it's easy to get to. my understanding is there is an ios 6 google maps app in the works. but it's not -- it's not yet made it to the phone. >> are we going to see more as the companies compete more and more for the same share of the pie, so to speak? >> the internet used to be about openness, about five years ago. what the iphone did was introduce a new way of thinking about how you win in the digital space. instead of just making a platform that anyone can join, you create the whole product. you create the phone. you create the software. you create the services. and that's proprietary. you buy one, you buy all of them. apple has been successful, that that's how people think about digital products now. so yes, it will continue. >> jason tanz, thank you so much. despite it all, more people lining up to buy this phone than all the others. >> it will be a huge success, i'm sure. >> well, i've been playing with it and i know why. it's fast. >> and really light.
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>> yeah, very light. race for the white house, now. "your voice, your vote," just 46 days before the voting begins. and with new polls showing mitt romney falling behind in the key battlegrounds, he is striking back, pouncing on president obama for his failure to change washington. jake tapper has haul that from the white house this morning. good morning, jake. >> reporter: that's right. key battleground states, iowa, wisconsin, colorado, showing a slight edge for president obama. mitt romney, attacking the president, now, using comments he made to paint the president as a washington insider who is inept. appearing on the spanish-language network, univision, a day after his challenger, mitt romney, president obama was asked what his biggest failure was during his first term. he responded his failure to pass immigration reform. and -- >> the most important lesson i've learned is you can't change washington from the inside. you can only change it from the outside. >> reporter: the president said that meant he'd spend his second term trying to convince the public to pressure lawmakers. but mitt romney saw the comments as an indictment of the
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president's leadership. and minutes later, he pounced. >> the president, today, threw in the white flag of surrender again. he said he can't change washington from the inside. he can only change it from outside. well, we're going to give him that chance in november. he's going outside. i can change washington. i will change washington. >> reporter: romney repeated that attack over and over again. using those words to portray the president as inept. >> the president of the united states says he can't change washington from the inside. he said he can't change washington from the inside. he says he can't change it from the inside. >> reporter: but at this point, both candidates are looking for any edge they can find. the president wasted no time painting romney as out of touch for saying the 47% of americans who don't pay federal income taxes are irresponsible, government-dependent victims. >> when you express an attitude that half the country considers itself victims, that somehow they want to be dependent on
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government, my thinking is, maybe you haven't gotten around a lot. >> reporter: on radio iowa late thursday, ann romney was asked about republican critics who say her husband is running a losing campaign. >> stop it. this is hard. you want to try it? get in the ring. >> reporter: and, george, both sides reported more than $110 million having been raised in their august financial reports. but the romney campaign facing some questions from republican donors about a $20 million loan it had to take out. and also, up to $200,000 in bonuses given to top campaign staffers, apparently for doing such an astounding job. >> thanks. all of the latest from the campaign trail on sunday "this week." with headliners from both campaigns and the power house round table. now, let's go to amy robach in for josh, for the other top stories. >> good morning, guys. we begin with a major milestone in america's longest war. the troop surge in afghanistan is officially over this morning. the last of the 33,000 troops president obama sent to the war
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zone two years ago are now on their way home. abc's martha raddatz joins us, now. martha, what does this mean for the overall war effort? and for those troops who are left behind? >> well, as the surge troops are gone, it still leaves some 68,000 troops in afghanistan. all combat troops will be out at the end of 2014. although, some sort of force will remain. of the nearly 2,000 american deaths in afghanistan, 57% occurred during this surge. the last surge troops are leaving at an extremely tumultuous time. the core of the mission is training afghan troops. but those troops are now turning on the americans and nato forces in record numbers. it has gotten so bad, we have suspended most patrols with the afghans. these will be very challenging years ahead, amy. >> all right, indeed. martha raddatz, thanks so much. and more violent clashes are erupting in the muslim world this morning. in protest of that anti-islam movie produced in california. at least one person was killed
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in pakistan when police opened fire on protesters torching a cinema there. the government has blocked cell phone service to prevent militants from setting off bombs remotely. congress is going on recess today without renewing the massive farm bill, leaving many people in the heartland in limbo. house republicans refused to vote on the $500 billion measure until after the election. it provides money for drought relief, insurance and other subsidies. but here it is. it also funds the highly controversial food stamps program. new developments in the colorado movie theater shooting. for the first time, suspect james holmes appeared in court without that bright orange hair. at thursday's hearing, prosecutors gave up their fight to get ahold of a notebook holmes sent to a psychiatrist. they could still get ahold of it, if holmes uses an insanity defense. a jury in ohio has found a leader of a breakaway amish sect and his followers guilty of hate crimes for chopping off the hair and beards of other amish people. prosecutors say samuel mullet masterminded the attacks because
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he was trying to shame more mainstream members. targeting their hair, which has religious meaning, made it a hate crime. and those convicted now face at least ten years in prison. finally, a frightening scene at a soccer match overseas. a team from iran was taking on a team from saudi arabia. go ahead and watch the video. number 40 in yellow, he picks up something thrown from the crowd. when it lands, the explosion sends refs running for cover. it appears to be a grenade. no word on who threw it. farnlg natalie, no one was hurt. he got it out of his hands in the nick of time. the game ended 0-0. we have no idea why someone would do something like that. >> usually in the field of sport, you throw roses or something like that. >> thanks, amy. now for the hunt for the photographer who took the topless photos of kate middleton. new details this morning from another paparazzo who says he knows who took them. also this morning, some
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surprising comments from john travolta, coming to the duchess' defense. jeffrey kofman joins us with more. >> reporter: the french police are on the case searching for the photographer that the london tabloids call the rat. who snapped those infamous shots. the rat is actually an irishman. he could be in big trouble. a $24 million chateau in the south of france owned by the queen's nephew. the pictures taken a half a mile from the house. what's called a supertelephoto lens. we went to the offices of "the closer" and asked for an interview with the editor who said violating kate's privacy was no big deal. not doing interviews? it seems the editor values her privacy. while william and kate did their best over the past week to keep smiling on a royal visit to the
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pacific islands, their lawyers scored a huge victory, winning an injunction in paris. the question now who shot the photos? this photographer says he knows. >> he's from south of dublin and he had red hair. but, of course, i will never, never, never said his name. >> reporter: when the snapper is identified, he, or she, could be in big trouble. the french criminal code is very clear. taking, recording, or transmitting the picture of a person who is within a private place without the consent of the person concerned is a crime. the penalty? one year in prison and a $60,000 fine. this morning, in london, john travolta who has had his own issues with privacy, says he
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sympathizes with the royals. >> it's probably the worst time to be famous. >> reporter: it's not clear if the french courts can force the magazine to name the photographer. while the pictures can't be published in france, they have been published in several other countries. the pictures are all over the internet. >> boy, they sure are. we'll get the latest now on lindsay lohan. she's been arrested for hitting a pedestrian with a car and fleeing the scene. and new surveillance video shows the scene outside that manhattan nightclub where it all went down. will the tape help or hurt? abc's rob nelson is here to break it all down. good morning, rob. >> good morning, george. another piece of the puzzle for sure here. lindsay lohan has cemented her reputation as one of hollywood's leading bad girls, that's for sure. in her latest case of hit-and-run, a surveillance tape released by the cops just yesterday, is leaving her guilt very much in doubt. overnight, a seemingly high-spirited lindsay lohan carrying a friend's child, emerging for the first time since her arrest. even tweeting this photo of a parked car with the caption, no more ramps. just hours earlier, this
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surveillance video of her alleged hit-and-run, outside a manhattan hotel was released. it was just before 12:30 a.m. wednesday. police have blurred some of the video. but you can see the starlet's car approaching from the left. she is driving towards a ramp. in a friend's black porsche suv. flashing her headlights to warn bystanders. watch as the alleged victim, 34-year-old chef jose rodriguez crosses the car's path. watch again. with bystanders blocking the view, it's difficult to make out if lohan clips, grazes or misses him altogether. >> this tape helps lindsay lohan. it doesn't show her driving like a crazy person and mowing people down. >> reporter: here, rodriguez appears to be chasing after lohan's car. >> the fact he went after the car certainly won't help any civil case that he might bring. >> reporter: rodriguez told police lohan went into a nearby nightclub after the two exchanged words.
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she was arrested about 2:30 that morning. charged with leaving the scene and then quickly released. authorities say they don't believe alcohol played a role in the incident. detectives tell abc news even they cannot tell from the video if lohan made contact with rodriguez. the nypd is reportedly still awaiting rodriguez's medical records to see if he was actually hit by a car. he told "the new york daily news" that, quote, i was in so much pain, i fell to the side. he said doctors told him he suffered torn tendons. now, lohan's publicist dismissed the claims. telling abc news, quote, we are very confident lindsay will be cleared of all charges. and scrutiny will then shift to the person making these allegations. the video's a little hard to see. but it doesn't appear too damaging. >> and dan weighed in strongly. now let's get to sam with the weather. the cold air will arrive right in time. you won't have to. you'll notice it right away. by monday, 59 in minneapolis. boston, 64 new york city, 66.
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chicagoland, about 59 degrees. quick look at the big board.
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>> more of america's friday >> more of america's friday weather when we come back in the next half hour. i want to mention, you may see the snowshowers for north dakota and northern minnesota. >> snowshowers? >> is that normal? >> tonight. it's a little early, but yeah. coming up on "gma," we're going to have more on robin's journey as she undergoes this critical bone marrow transplant. she was surrounded by friends and family. sam, you were in the room when this happened. people ask how long the procedure takes. it only took five minutes. >> the procedure itself is very quick. but what happens with the body takes a long time afterwards. >> well, it was a joyous event yesterday. we'll talk to her doctor in a little bit. also, trial of the century. kato kaelin is speaking out. what does he think happened with o.j.? he says he's giving his last
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♪ ain't no mountain high enough nothing can keep me ♪ ♪ keep me from you so much love and hope and prayer in that hospital room, with robin yesterday. there she is with her sisters. praying over the bones, the stem cells before they are put into her body. and everybody watching those five minutes. robin, concentrating so hard. in just a few minutes, we'll speak with robin's doctor about taking that giant step in her journey ahead. finding out all about how she's doing. good morning, america. josh is off. elizabeth vargas and amy robach are here. good to have you here. >> good to be here on this special week for robin and for
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you guys here. also this morning, kato kaelin, a blast from the past. >> sure is. >> speaking out. >> he's got hair cut? >> yes, he does. >> still tan, though. >> really tan. speaking out about the o.j. simpson murder trial. saying o.j. did kill his former wife. but then, backtracking a bit. he will try to set the record straight, only on "gma." of course, we have d.j. kiss here. are you taking requests? okay. i'll give you some. i'm so excited to have you here. and lara is partying in los angeles. not really. she's working. but getting ready to co-host the big emmy preshow. hey, lara. >> good morning to you all. i love the deejay. gets you going in the morning. and it is early here in los angeles. but already, you can feel the excitement. and coming up this morning, we're going to have emmy predictions, emmy red carpet fashion trends. we're getting you up to speed on
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all things emmy. george? >> that is great. josh and lara on sunday night, with the big preshow. here on monday morning, as well. we want to get the latest on robin. sam, you were in the hospital room yesterday. >> we were lucky enough to be in. they wanted a small group of people just for her health. as our friend, robin, took that first leap toward recovering her health problems. it was a very emotional -- it was scary. but at the same time, it was exhilarating. and i don't think i'll forget the power that was in that room. the power and the love that was in that room. and of course, as you heard, some of robin's favorite music, including that theme song, "ain't no mountain high enough." ♪ ain't no mountain high enough ♪ >> reporter: surrounded by her sisters, sally-ann and dorothy. and close friends. ♪ we moved the barges in our day filled with lumber, coal, and hay ♪ >> reporter: robin's spirits were high.
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>> what part of let's not have crowds did we not understand? >> reporter: she was ready to face the latest step in her journey, with robin roberts grace, strength and humor. >> i feel all the love in here. all the love. >> we're keeping it boring. you said keep it boring. >> i think she built a cathedral up in that room. and i think the hebrew translation of the word blessings is more life. and we left more life because of her. >> reporter: transplant day began with a prayer by pastor a.r. bernard, all gathered around sally-ann's stem cells. >> we thank you. we thank you for that great victory of faith that comes to those who believe. >> reporter: then, the transfusion began. using a syringe, robin's transplant doctor, sergio giralt, injected millions of sally-ann's stem cells slowly into robin's system.
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in five minutes, the process was completed. but her journey is far from over. >> i think now is the time to say, go, sally, go. [ applause ] >> i now have sally, you're in me. you're in me. >> oh, my goodness. i tell you what -- >> what happens now? >> i think that when you see the health, the excellent health, you will realize, i had to go through it to get to this. >> i will now wait and anxiously watch to see what happens. for the next seven to ten days. and my counts will continue to go up. and we'll be on to phase three, which will be get out of here. get out of here. go home. >> in this place, it is a regular conversation. we talk about how robin's doing. i'm sure you do, as well. it's a journey that we'll all go on together with robin. we'll let you know how she's doing and how she's feeling. we'll make every milestone along the way i know because you're tweeting and talking about it.
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so, please tweet her. we know you're cheering her on. george? >> thank you, sam. >> i'm here with the expert this morning. dr. gail roboz, robin's oncologist. and thank you for coming back. one of the things we were all amazed by, is five minutes is all it takes. and it's in a tiny cup. >> a tiny cup, five minutes. nobody can believe it, actually. people have in their mind all kinds of images of what's going to happen in a transplant. but it's still an incredibly powerful moment. inside of that syringe are millions of stem cells that are circulating around and trying to find a home in robin and start growing, which is what we're going to be looking for over the next couple of weeks. >> and as robin said, the next seven to ten days, crucial of watching and waiting. how is she feeling now? >> i got a good e-mail this morning. this morning, she sounds energized. at the end of the e-mail, i want to go home, with an exclamation point. >> that's encouraging she's energized this morning. you expected her to feel about
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the same for some time. >> we have to roll with the bunches over the next few days. don't forget, her systems are down. and sally-ann's aren't up yet. we're in that in-between zone of watching very carefully. we're wanting every day to be a good day. but we're ready for bumps in the road. >> what are you watching for? how do you know when the stem cells take? >> we actually check blood sometimes several times a day. and you can start seeing normal blood cells recover. and usually i tell people, when you get three days in a row of the white blood cells coming up, then you're starting to get excited that the graft is taking hold. the stem cells are taking hold. and maybe we're going to get to the finish line and get out of the hospital. >> watching for that. and also watching for possible infection. >> absolutely. >> i know robin wanted people to know this, as well. bone marrow transplants are working for people far beyond people suffering from mds. >> that's right. the ability to do stem cell
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transplants is now not guilty only for patients with human malignancies. and the other things is, we can get older patients transplanted now. it's not only something that's reserved for young patients. there are, believe it or not, even patients 80 and 81 years old who can get stem cell transplants now. the number of patients who can benefit from the procedure is increasing. the procedure is getting better and better as the years go by. and the number of conditions that can be cured is going up. >> one more reason for everyone at home, if they have the time it takes just a few minutes, to become a donor. join bethematch.org. thanks very much for coming in again. if you want to follow robin's progress and share your messages of support, go to goodmorningamerica.com/robin. let's go back to sam. >> it's a miracle that none of us knew much about. i've learned so much through gail. that team is amazing for robin.
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let's show you what's going on with fall color. we asked you to send some pictures in. we heard that color was bursting out a little bit earlier. look at the shots from aspen. by the way, this is not a photo contest, people. these are professional pictures you're sending us. they're gorgeous. aspen, colorado. look at the pictures. in minnesota, where the trees are showing some color. here's one of the reasons why we're getting the early color in the northern half. we have about 60% of the country, and oddly, the same territory in the south, that's going through drought right now. color, already beginning to take place. in that northwestern corner, it's dry. there's high fire danger. you have warmer than normal temperatures, after a dry spring and summer season. and you have the numbers. there's not a lot of trouble here. scattered showers and thunder showers going through florida
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it is 7:43 now. we're back with a shocking, new twist to one of the most famous trials in u.s. history. it's been nearly 20 years since o.j. simpson was found not guilty of killing nicole brown simpson and ron goldman. o.j. simpson's house guest at the time of the murder, kato kaelin, is now speaking out, saying he does think o.j. committed that crime. here's abc's cecilia vega. >> reporter: it's been nearly two decades since the trial of the century. >> if it doesn't fit, you must acquit. >> reporter: now, one of the famous faces from that courtroom drama is back in the spotlight. and speaking out this morning,
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he says, for the very last time. what do you want to say to put this to rest? >> i'm done. let everybody just go on with life. >> reporter: kato kaelin found his name splashed across headlines and rocketing across the internet thursday, after "the new york post" published this story. in it, kaelin points a finger directly at o.j. saying, yes, he did it. but he was just too scared to say that back then back in court. >> kato kaelin saying o.j. did murder his wife. >> it has everyone talking. >> why didn't he come out then? he was scared, right? >> he was scared. >> i'm scared of o.j. and i never met him. >> reporter: but kaelin is fighting back. saying that story is a lie. >> these are words never in my vernacular. >> reporter: instead, kaelin says he thinks o.j. is guilty. but says he knows nothing more than the rest of the country, which held itself collective breath waiting for the verdict. >> if someone said, you think
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he's guilty? i would say yeah. >> reporter: if i can ask that question? >> it's not a question that can be asked. >> reporter: it's a story line that he has stuck to. all through his post trial 15 minutes of fame and beyond. kaelin was o.j. simpson's house guest. he was staying at simpson's home the night nicole brown simpson and ron goldman were murdered. known as much for his hair as his vague, rambling testimony on the stand. have your memories, your recollections of that night changed over the 18 years? >> no. i don't really go and think about those memories. if there's a reason for me to come and it goes in my mind, i just happen to think about it. and i hope it passes right away. >> reporter: these days, he hosts his own tv show in los angeles. he says he just wants to put this history in the past. >> i'm not the reason o.j. simpson's innocent in the first trial. >> reporter: you're not? >> i'm not at all. no. you gotta look -- there's a defense. there's prosecutors. i was a witness. i said, i think he's guilty.
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and i said many, many times. i cannot prove it. in the first trial, the jury said he's innocent. >> reporter: for "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> all right. coming up, a very heroic "play of the day." and someday your prince will come. meet the bachelor royals looking ♪ [ male announcer ] one in six. that's how many struggle with hunger in america. ♪ but what if there was a simple way to feed those in need? now, there is. shop walmart for select brands' low prices through october 12th and you help secure meals for local families. go to walmart.com/hunger and learn more about how you can join the fight. because hunger is a big problem and it needs a big answer. is really my mother. they keep asking me if the dirty guy is really my son. these viva towels really are tough, even when wet! [ mike ] that's my real father,
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here's "the play of the day." >> josh, still sound asleep right now. so, we're doing "play of the day." by the way, this may sound like a sea rescue. but a baby goat gets stuck in water at a petting zoo. >> what? >> this is terrible. baby goat. so send in the rescue pig. you might say, what is the rescue pig? take a look. >> oh, that is the cutest thing. >> come on. >> wait. we're not done yet. >> what? >> rescue pig, "superman" theme. >> oh, yay.
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the new iphone 5 is about to go on sale in bay area stores. people are lined up in emeryville waiting for it to open some have camped out all week to be the first. the rush is on. let's check in with lisa argen and look at the weather forecast for the shuttle viewing. it is going to be gorgeous, cold in the north bay, 40, a trough will visit us the second half of the weekend between now and then nice and mild with 70s and 80s inland.
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♪ get ready for the hottest party anywhere. ♪ >> "gma" at the emmys. the stars, the styles. who's wearing what? and who could win it big? live, from times square and los angeles, this is a special edition of "good morning america," with robin, josh, sam, george, and lara. "gma's" party at the emmys, starts right now. >> look at that terrific crowd out in times square. everybody getting ready for sunday night. and right here inside, we have
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d.j. kiss, kicking off our pre-emmy party. good to have her on a friday morning. and in case you heard, the whole gang, robin is on her medical leave, josh is off. and we are glad to have elizabeth vargas and amy robach in here. and all of the dancers from the broadway dance center. >> getting into it. >> i want to have what they're having for breakfast. plus, coming up, we're going to see who is going to get the big award this weekend. the emmy. and who will get the big looks on the red carpet. we'll gaze into our emmy crystal ball for predictions. lara's in los angeles, getting ready to co-host the emmy preshow. that was a beautiful dress. i like that diamond necklace. >> the votes keep coming in, lara. >> i know. hi, you guys. i know, elizabeth, you love the diamonds. we'll see a lot of them on the red carpet, as the stars get ready to dazzle on sunday night. as you saw, "dancing with the stars" brooke burke looks for her perfect emmy dress. we'll show you that, coming up, george.
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>> and the party keeps going. on monday night, "dancing with the stars" all-stars. this morning, we have champs. apolo anton ono, karina smirnoff is here. they're going for the trophy, together for the first time. and we're going to have a spin around our "gma" ballroom in times square. >> she won it, as well. also, how would you like to date a prince? we'll introduce you to bachelor royals who are looking for love, if you can believe it. who will win the keys to their hearts and their kingdoms? >> they want people to love them for who they are. >> oh, yes. >> wait, wait, wait. george, that's sweet and everything. but it's hard to believe if you're royal, you have a hard time finding a date. >> but you know the idea of the show, don't you? >> no. >> they come here and no one knows they're a prince. >> oh. >> they have to love them for their hearts. >> can you believe that? i stumped you on reality television, sam? this is a hallmark day.
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amy has all the headlines this morning. >> indeed, i do. shifting gears. we begin with the official end to the troop surge in afghanistan. the 33,000 additional troops president obama sent to the war zone two years ago, are heading home. but 68,000 remain. they're training forces to take over after the u.s. withdrawal officially in 2014. the backlash of that anti-islam film is sparking new violent, new protests today. one man was killed in pakistan as a mob set a movie theater on fire. president obama says his biggest failure so far is not passing immigration reform. that's what he told a forum in miami. also, the most important lesson he's learned, is that washington cannot be changed from the inside. he says the public has to be better mobilized to pressure congress. mitt romney jumped on that comment. saying, it shows the president is surrendering when it comes to
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confronting big challenges. polls show romney trailing in key swing states. and new numbers show him trailing in the cash department. about $38 million less cash on-hand than the president. this morning, gadget-crazy fans are finally getting their hands on iphone 5. the tech giant could sell as many as 10 million this weekend. but there's a worm in the apple orchard. many users say the new map software that replaces google maps is a lost cause. while apple is launching the new iphone, blackberry is reporting a massive outage today, affecting europe, the middle east, and africa. so far, the u.s. not affected. you heard the saying, you don't know what you got until it's gone. watch this one. video out of costa rica, showing a guy spear fishing. he nabs a pretty good-sized fish. and look at that. snap, a huge fish comes along. almost taking that fisherman's arm along with it. he's okay. the fish he caught -- i think he
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was dinner. the other fish, they can be as large as eight feet long. look at him try to pull his arm out of that south. >> what kind of fish is that? >> thanks, elizabeth. >> another elizabeth vargas question. >> another question. >> i cannot answer. i'm sorry. >> i know it was eight feet long. >> it was a very big fish, elizabeth. >> big fish. >> thank you, george. let's get some "pop news" and lara. >> i would love to. i want to say before we start, elizabeth, this is a follow-up-free zone. so, we begin -- >> okay. okay. >> we begin with -- i want to talk about lindsay lohan. i know she was on the show earlier. but here's some good news. lindsay, playing, perhaps, the only actress that she could rival in the headline department. here's is first clip of lindsay lohan playing the great elizabeth taylor. this came out overnight. it's for lifetime's tv movie "liz and dick."
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we have seen stills. this is the first glimpse of the trailer that shows lohan as elizabeth in a variety of different scenarios. dripping with diamonds. kissing in a pool. throwing bottles. drinking champagne. and you'll see more when "liz and dick" airs on lifetime in november. also in "pop news," cindy crawford, one of the most gorgeous women walking the planet. i know i won't get follow-ups on this. the 46-year-old supermodel tweeted a stunning picture of herself. and wrote, as i've gotten older, i wear less makeup. it can make you look older. i would be comfortable in cindy's skin. >> i would walk around with nothing. >> i could grow old if i looked like cindy crawford. >> you two, not too shabby yourselves. >> good man. >> so, cindy practices what she
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preaches. she was spotted out showing off her natural good looks. and last month, as she modeled pieces from her very first fashion collection. she is gorgeous. and i do agree. we should do a whole show without makeup someday. or not. >> i think i'll call off. and finally, when it comes to e-mailing or texting, i have a question for you all. would you say that you are closest to a compulsive woodpecker, a boorish parrot, or a lightning humming bird? what do you think? >> a woodpecker. >> a humming bird. >> interesting. >> you're right there. >> george is right there. every time he and i are trading recipes, he's, like, right back at me. >> if you don't answer fast, you forget. it's gone forever. >> that's right. >> i ask this important question because researchers at two scottish universities have
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matched e-mail patterns to bird behaviors, for some reason. there's 12 in all. compulsive woodpeckers can't resist checking e-mails day or night. the boorish parrot doesn't understand why people get upset. i am, too, george. and of course, we have a few night owls here at "gma." however, i believe they're more like the robin birds, which is described as having perfect e-mail manners. that's pretty appropriate that the best one is called the robin. >> it is. >> great stuff, lara. thanks. let's get out to sam for the weather. >> good morning, everybody. hey, let it out, times square. i will tell you. every day -- this is the best group of people in the world. it's the best place to be. happy friday, everyone. tell me where you're from. >> florida. >> it's your birthday, right? >> it is. >> happy birthday. we say happy birthday to little, texas.
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>> california. >> all the way from california. thank you, guys, for being with us. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on we want to show you we'll start with a quick look at the tropics to show you that oscar, it's not oscar yet. it may get a name. all of this cold air will be steering it off the east coast of the u.s. if there's a tropical system out there, we want to keep an eye on it. this will be a rainy time for south florida. looks like it will be all weekend long. the cold fronts get all the way south. warm on the west coast. vegas, where's summer? vegas, 97 degrees. and waco, texas, 94.
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>> we're live in times square. we need to mention st. augustine, florida, as well, one of the most beautiful spots on the planet. now, let's look at lara spencer, from here to l.a. >> thank you so much, sam. a beautiful day out here, starting, as well. here's a look at what's coming up on your "gma morning menu." princes on the prowl. royals undercover and looking for love. and queen of the ballroom, brooke burke on the hunt to find the perfect emmy dress. we'll go with her. and "dancing with the stars" all-stars, apolo anton ono and karina smirnoff, coming up live, on "gma." is a world with more birthdays.
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playing "where have you been." and our crowd is out in times square. a nice, enthusiastic crowd. we'll be out there in a few moments. first, we want to go to the new reality show that tries to capture the magic of fairy tales. "secret princes" on tlc, follows four, young royals looking for true love. abc's linsey davis has a sneak peek. >> reporter: it's every common girl's dream to find her prince. but most of us realize we'll never be as lucky as kate. but, ladies, hold on to your seats. you may not have to wait for prince harry's next trip to vegas to find your royal. >> the original holdup was henry viii. >> reporter: behold the stars of "secret princes." robert walters, prince francisco deborbonn of stain. ludovic watson.
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and his highness, prince salauddin of india. all royals coming to america, looking for love. >> i think american girls would suit me better because they seem more outgoing. more relaxed. >> reporter: but in true reality tv fashion, there's a catch. they have to go undercover, leaving behind their servants and lavish lifestyles. keeping their royal bloodline hush, hush. >> i'm going to meet my future wife right now. all for a chance for something they can't find at home. women who love them for who they are. not for their riches or their titles. >> when it comes to find that right one, the special one that you can't stop thinking about, it's really tough. >> reporter: they have to do it fast. otherwise, they may go home to an arranged marriage. >> can i call you? >> yeah. >> reporter: and it seems no one is off limits. are you single? >> i am. >> things are about to get very awesome. you, lady, are about to have a
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very neat day. >> reporter: we'll stop the cameras here. for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, atlanta. >> a little reporter involvement. "secret princes" premieres tonight on tlc. hey, lara. >> hi, good morning to you, elizabeth. i want to talk about the emmys. the party, i hear it there with that deejay. but the emmys are going coast-to-coast this morning. i am in l.a., where the stars are getting ready for tv's biggest night. thank goodness i'm getting help from our viewers who will help me decide what i will wear on the red carpet. it's fun to involve you, our voters. also, we went along with brooke burke as she scoured the city for that perfect gown. what in a world is a girl to wear to the season's ultimate red carpet event? so many dresses. in my fashion frenzy, i enlisted the help of superstylist, joe
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zee. i don't want to be -- i want to be joe zee'd. how tough is it to get just the right look? we checked in with brooke burke on her dress hunt. and let me tell you, from miss america, to "dancing with the stars," this girl knows all about getting her glam on. when it comes to tackling the court of the red carpet, the queen of the ballroom doesn't mess around. she calls in backup. >> how are you doing? >> i missed you. >> reporter: a crack team led by stylist to the stars, justin ducoty. >> we paired some stuff down. >> you know what? i don't know. that's a beautiful color. sometimes something like this, that's a little more bold, can either be so right or go so wrong. that's actually very elegant. >> simple. >> it's very '50s. >> we'll concentrate on this section over here. >> i love all these. who knows? let's try them on.
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>> gorgeous. >> oh, wow. >> that's amazing. >> wow? >> kind of special. >> kind of special, right? i like the details. but is it wow? is it -- >> it wasn't a wow so far. >> but this is classic. >> classic. >> gorgeous, isn't it? what do you think? >> gorgeous. it could make a statement. >> hopefully we'll find a dress. we might not. we have to do jewelry. new car, new home, new diamonds. the jewelry's all borrowed. it's an honor to have that opportunity to dress um like a princess. but it goes back after the show is done. >> that's adorable. >> you're a rock star. >> i would wear this dress to the emmys. who is this dress perfect for? >> katy perry. >> what is our look? do we know? >> i might have to sleep on it. >> darn it. >> they need more margaritas and talk about it more. >> done.
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>> so, we'll have to wait until brooke steps out on the red carpet at the emmys on sunday. tune in right here on abc to find out what she decides to wear. and here to talk about fashion at the emmys is suze yalof schwartz. i'm so excited to talk about fashion. and chris connelly is going to talk about the actual emmy awards. let's first talk about the trends on the red carpet. what do you predict? >> you'll see a lot of tight body-conscious dresses everywhere. and fit and flaired. >> no big, cinderella ball gowns? >> yes. but it will be fitted on top and bigger on the bottom. and we're going to be seeing embellishment. lace is going to be huge. >> you were talking earlier about a designer, monique lhuillier. one of the dresses i may wear is by monique lhuillier. and it has another trend.
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it's metallic. and it's embellished big-time. and there's also zac posen. that's blue. >> and what's so fantastic is there's so amazing on you. but my vote is for badgley mischka. i like monique lhuillier. but the purple is going to pop on television. and you look amazing. >> your voice, your vote, suze. we're excited to hear about the actors. we want to talk about the awards. for that, we turn to chris connelly. chris, we know our friends at "modern family" -- >> i'm still thinking about body-conscious dresses. it's true. >> for now, focus on "modern family." will they be taking home a lot? >> i think they will. i don't see who is going to beat them. it was a fantastic year for "curb your enthusiasm." but "modern family" does it
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every week for a huge audience. i think they're going to win again. >> let's talk about the big award. the acting category. in comedy, the women's side had four former winners? >> it's unbelievable, that category. it's seven people in it. and so many of them have won in the past. it's hard to choose who's going to win? i think amy poehler is going to win for "parks and rec," even though her show is not nominated elsewhere. you can see julia louis-dreyfus for "veep." >> if you had to pick one, who do you think will take it home? >> reporter: i think it's ed o'neill's year. i think he was terrific last season. maybe it's his time to win one. maybe ed o'neill will surprise us all and win that category. >> i love it. and jimmy kimmel, maybe.
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he's hosting. do you envision he'll maybe get a little hardware to take home with him? >> reporter: i can't imagine going up against "the daily show" with jon stewart, in an election year. but there's nothing but an angry and embittered host to make us laugh. it will fuel the greatness. >> well said as you always do. chris connelly and suze yalof schwartz, for all of the fashion news about the emmys. go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! if you want to vote for my dress. i love them all. we love you guys for helping us. check out which dress wins sunday night. josh and i co-hosting abc's emmy red carpet live. that's at 7:00, 4:00 pacific. and then, the man, jimmy kimmel, hosting the primetime emmy awards, at 8:00, 5:00 pacific. and then, join us monday for our huge "gma" emmys after-party. we're not going to bed. it has to be good tv.
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exclusive interviews with the winners. george, back to new york. having fun with apolo ohno and karina smirnoff. "dancing with the stars" is back. you will be partners. going for the mirrorball trophy again. will you be ready? >> we'll be ready. it's been amazing. and hopefully it will be just as fun. i have an incredible dance partner. >> you have new partners. you both won before. >> she's tough. she's one of the most -- she is the most decorated dancer on the show. and she's amazing. >> how do you deal with the champ? >> he's got an amazing work ethic. and we have a lot of fun. >> she brings a whip. >> i do. he likes it. he's used to it. >> we're going into very dark territory right now. let's look at your twitter pictures of rehearsal. i don't know if we'll see whips in the twitter pictures.
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that would make for some good television. there they are. there you guys are. wow. that's some moves. >> on one leg. one arm, one leg. >> your move last time, if i remember correctly, kind of did a breakdance thing. >> that's our freestyle. >> what's new this time? >> we have to get to the finals first of all. we have to get everybody here to vote, hopefully, for us. right? [ cheers and applause ] it's going to be amazing. >> it will be an amazing season. we're all looking forward to it. who do you have your eye on? who's the number one competition? >> honestly, i think everybody's going to be good. i can't control how well they dance. just like when i was competing as an athlete, i can't control the other countries. i can't control how well they do. >> we cannot wait to watch it. all starts on monday night. good luck. have a great season. we'll be right back.
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good morning i'm kristen sze. the endeavour is in the air now on its way to the bay area. it just took off from edwards air force base. weather permitting it is due to arrive in the bay area after 9:30. it will fly over oakland science center, discovery museum, exploratorium and hall of science then a low fly over at nasa ames research center in mountain view. around that time on 101 there will be a lot of traffic. yes there will be golden gate bridge as well. right now san mateo stall approaching highrise section lane two. accident southbound 87 at park avenue, one lane off-ramp clear traffic slowly improving there. north 101 motorcycle down left
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lane at kehoe. north 880 at 23rd left lane accident caltrain delays system wide. >> clear skies for the shuttle viewing?
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good morning, 40s redwood city 50s bay trough cool us
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back the second half of the weekend. today mostly sunny, fog at the ♪ breaking out of this superstar town ♪ ♪ i got the green light i got a little fight ♪ ♪ i'm going to turn this around ♪ ♪ can you read my mind can you read my mind ♪ "gma" milestone here. the first morning show appearance ever for the killers. they have sold 15 million albums around the world. they're out, now, with their
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first new album in four years. we're going to hit, new single coming up, in just a little bit. and there, you hear it for the killers here in times square. >> i like that song. it was really great. >> great at night. >> i know. it's a nice morning song. >> elizabeth and amy here. robin's on her medical leave. josh, taking one more day off. >> it's great to be here. and starting in a few moments, we're starting our emmy party early. in a minute, we're going to show you how to get your own emmy flag. all the "deals and steals." tory's going to show us how we can look like we're going to the emmys for 65% off the retail price. the deals only for "gma" viewers. >> and you're seeing the broadway dancers from the broadway dance center, entertaining us. let's go to lara in los angeles. >> thank you, george. i want to take a quick second
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from all of us here at the l.a. bureau, to say, we love you, robin. team robin is alive and well. and we're thinking about you all the time. i'm about to go meet josh for rehearsal. we're getting ready to co-host the preshow of tv's biggest night. i'll see all of you on sunday on the red carpet. and i can't wait to see you, team, on monday. >> all right. >> have fun at rehearsal. >> i'm going to scoot right over here. a walking shot. hey, tory. we're going to get to our countdown for the emmys this morning. we have "deals and steals" to get red carpet ready. and these deals are only while supplies last. you can go to our website, goodmorningamerica.com, for all of the promo codes and links you need to get these fantastic bargains. okay. >> all right. >> i love sitting watching the
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emmys, feeling i should be on the red carpet. but just in front of my tv. >> exactly. you're getting read carpet ready. yo would havsupersmooth, silky skin, like you do right nf1 o& silky skin, like you do right nf1 o& this in "in style" magazine, is the tria hair removal kit. >> this is a home laser. >> the only fda-cleared home laser. pretty amazing. we have a deal that includes the device, the case and some jell that goes along with it. normally $460. this is a pricey bugger. but 50% discount, $230, plus free shipping. it's one of our hottest items that our viewers ask for. >> and this is -- >> yes. >> we want to look slimmer. >> red carpet staple is shapewear, made by jill guerin. she has a huge selection of shapewear. little body suits. you'll see a different selection on our website. small to 2x.
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a big range of sizes. normally, the collection ranges from $38 to 69. in this case, a 60% discount. starting at just 15 bucks. >> the bejeweled nails. >> big trend. i have my own. i have my little r.r. on my nails. you're not only going to get the normal kit. but you're going to get a special kit, that has glitter, glitter polish, jewels. if you're not very good at doing it at home, you can take these things to your manicurist. and they'll do it for you. >> what's the deal in. >> lasts two weeks. to get all of this, $110, including the l.e.d. light. slashed by 50%. $55. an incredible kit. >> and these are beautiful bangles. >> this is from fred siegel, a legendary spot for the stars to buy their gorgeous stuff. the gold bracelets, gold-plated. big range.
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ranging from $45 to $65. these have a huge discount. you can stack them on your wrist. and last but not least, what everybody's looking to grab. superexpensive. normally $400 to $500. but look at who's wrist is waiting right here. 65% off and free shipping. starting at $140. sam thinks white is for him. >> really? white? >> all these deals on goodmorningamerica.com. plus, exclusive deals you'll only find there. >> go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! for all of these details. >> the check's in the mail. am i noticing a slimmer tory johnson, by the way? >> i don't know. >> i think -- >> i have all of the space under here. >> you look fantastic.
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>> that's sweet. >> thank you. >> right? here, sam. take them all. take all the watches. some cash is in my purse, too. here, sam. take it. take it. let's get to the boards. we have one or two things going on this morning we want to tell you as you head outside your doors for this friday. i can't get over it. gang, it's friday. finally. we'll start with the twitter pictures. love this, from del mar beach, california. on the east coast, giving you a north carolina look. also, we've got some cool weather coming in, just in time for fall. fall starts this weekend. and you'll notice it from the great lakes, dow
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mid-atlantic. it stays dry on the west coast. >> all that weather was brought to you by gevalia coffee. we tell you emmy magic here and there. some things aren't magic, ladies and gentlemen. did you know the emmy statues are made in chicago and have to get to l.a. it's not a rough flight for them because they have their own check-in at security. they have their own seats on a special united might have. i'm standing by elizabeth now. i'm going to get questions i can't answer, by the way. >> do they have special seat belts? >> i don't have special seat belts. but they do have eye shades for them. all that is on its way to l.a. >> how much do they pay for the seats, sam? one thing you know we've covered on "gma," the dangers of
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extreme tanning. but a lot of people can't help themselves. what would you do if you saw someone taking tanning too far. abc's john quinones puts that question to the test tonight. >> reporter: it's that dark glow, that beach-ready body. and on "the jersey shore," it's a religion. >> i want to go tanning. i'm as pale as a ghost. i'm almost as white as my teeth. >> i'm tanorexic, bro. >> reporter: how much tanning is too much? way too much? natalie is an actress. >> am i tan enough? >> reporter: playing a girlfriend, who wants her boyfriend to undergo a dangerous transformation. >> i'm going to go from this. >> reporter: cue the spray gun. >> and this is me now. >> reporter: and when he walks out of that tanning room door, it's still not enough. >> you need to go back in the room right now. you're not dark enough. go. >> i'm, like, burning.
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>> no, you're not. >> yes, i am. >> this doesn't look normal, right? >> reporter: we're not sure if this man is seeing red or orange. >> no. you have to burn to get tan. >> no. not like that. >> my skin feels like it's going to come off. >> that's good. it means it's working. >> reporter: and some advice everyone can agree on. >> and get a new girlfriend. >> get a new girlfriend. >> excuse me? >> wow.
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[ cheers and applause ] welcome back to "good morning america." here with amy robach. by the way, we're now back with the killers, one of the biggest rock bands in the world. selling more than 15 million albums. their new album, "battle born," just a week ago. >> that's right. they're going to perform in a moment. we're waiting for that. let's watch up with the band. brandon flowers, dave keuning, ronnie vannucci, and mark stoermer. how did it feel like getting back in the studio? >> it was like riding a bike. we're very familiar with these guys. it felt good to get back together. >> well, the audience can't wait for you to sing.
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i feel if we spend a lot of time talking, they're going to start screaming. let's get to music right now. and the first song you're going to play for us is "runaways"? >> "runaways." >> let's get to it, everybody. the killers. >> one, two, three, four. ♪ blonde hair blowin' in the summer wind ♪ ♪ a blue-eyed girl playing in the sand ♪ ♪ i'd been on a trail for a little while ♪ ♪ but that was the night that she ♪ ♪ broke down and held my hand ♪ ♪ the teenage rush she said, maybe ♪ ♪ i'll just run away we got time ♪ ♪ well, that ain't much we can't wait till tomorrow ♪ ♪ you gotta know that this is real ♪
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♪ baby, why you wanna fight it? ♪ ♪ it's the one thing you can choose, oh ♪ ♪ we got engaged on a friday night ♪ ♪ i swore on the head of our unborn child ♪ ♪ that i could take care of the three of us ♪ ♪ but i got the tendency to slip when the nights get wild ♪ ♪ it's in my blood she says she might ♪ ♪ just run away somewhere else some place good ♪ ♪ we can't wait till tomorrow you gotta know ♪ ♪ that this is real baby, why you wanna fight it? ♪ ♪ it's the one thing you can choose ♪ ♪ let's take a chance
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baby, we can't lose ♪ ♪ i mean we're all just runaways ♪ ♪ i knew that when i met you i'm not gonna let you run away ♪ ♪ i knew that when i held you i wasn't lettin' go ♪ ♪ we used to look at the stars and confess our dreams ♪ ♪ hold each other to the morning light ♪ ♪ we used to laugh now we only fight ♪ ♪ baby, are you lonesome now? ♪ ♪ at night i come home after they go to sleep ♪ ♪ like a stumbling ghost i haunt these halls ♪ ♪ there's a picture of us on our wedding day ♪
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♪ i recognize the girl but i can't settle in these walls ♪ ♪ we can't wait till tomorrow no, we're caught up ♪ ♪ in the appeal, baby why you wanna hide it? ♪ ♪ it's the last thing on my mind ♪ ♪ why you wanna hide it? i turn the engine over ♪ ♪ and my body just comes alive ♪ ♪ and we all just run away i knew that when i met you ♪ ♪ i'm not gonna let you runaway ♪ ♪ i knew that when i held you ♪ ♪ i wasn't lettin' go no, no, no ♪ ♪ no, no, no and we're all just runaways ♪ ♪ yeah, runaway and we're all just runaways ♪ ♪ yeah
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[ cheers and applause ] everyone here is loving the killers this morning. their morning show debut. they're going to play their all-time hit, "mr. brightside." ♪ i'm coming out of my cage ♪ ♪ and i've been doing just fine ♪ ♪ gotta, gotta, gotta be down ♪ ♪ because i want it all ♪ it started out with a kiss how did it end up like this? ♪ ♪ it was only a kiss it was only a kiss ♪ ♪ now, i'm falling asleep and she's calling a cab ♪ ♪ while he's having a smoke and she's taking a drag ♪ ♪ now, they're going to bed and my stomach is sick ♪ ♪ and it's all in my head
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♪ but she's touching his chest ♪ ♪ now, he takes off her dress ♪ ♪ now, let me go ♪ i just can't look it's killing me ♪ ♪ and it's taking control jealousy ♪ ♪ turning saints into the sea ♪ ♪ swimming through sick lullabies choking on your alibis ♪ ♪ but it's just the price i pay ♪ ♪ destiny is calling me open up my eager eyes 'cause i'm mr. brightside ♪
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♪ i'm coming out of my cage ♪ ♪ and i've been doing just fine ♪ ♪ gotta, gotta, gotta be down ♪ ♪ because i want it all ♪ it started out with a kiss how did it end up like this? ♪ ♪ it was only a kiss it was only a kiss ♪ ♪ now i'm falling asleep and she's calling a cab ♪ ♪ while he's having a smoke and she's taking a drag ♪ ♪ now they're going to bed and my stomach is sick ♪ ♪ and it's all in my head but she's touching his chest ♪ ♪ now, he takes off her dress ♪ ♪ now, let me go ♪ i just can't look it's killing me ♪ ♪ and taking control jealousy ♪ ♪ turning saints
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into the sea ♪ ♪ swimming through sick lullabies choking on your alibi ♪ ♪ but it's just the price i pay ♪ ♪ destiny is calling me open up my eager eyes 'cause i'm mr. brightside ♪ ♪ well, i never ♪ i never ♪ i never ♪ i never
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[ cheers and applause ] what a way to kick off the weekend. thank you to the killers. that was fantastic. have a great weekend, everyone. >> bye-bye.
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good morning i'm kristen sze. the shuttle is on its way to the bay area. lisa argen has the conditions for viewing. good morning. low clouds at our coast, clear in sacramento we are looking at the skies to thin out low cloudiness that is. in the east bay mostly sunny, even the golden gate bridge. we are looking at a beautiful fly over around moffett field, temperatures in the 60s by then. the rest of the weekend nice, just a little cooling sunday. problems in the oakland area northbound 880 at 23rd, traffic jammed towards 238 accident hopefully clearing. 87 at park avenue off-ramp still one lane blocked, two lanes open. slow on the peninsula north 101

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